Adding a Blank Page
- Choose Edit > Insert Blank Page (Command+Option+B).
- A blank page will be inserted after the current page.
Note: To bypass the stationery picker when inserting multiple blank pages with the same stationery, choose Edit > Insert Blank Page Again or copy and paste pages. (Creating Blank PDFs).
Adding a Page from Another PDF
- Open both PDFs, the first PDF has the page you want to transfer, the second is the destination PDF.
- Show Thumbnail view in the Sidebar by clicking on the Sidebar button
- Drag the thumbnail of the page you want to transfer and drop it on the second PDF.
Drop the new page anywhere on the page currently on view, and it will insert before that current page.
Drop your new page in a specific location in the PDF by using the Thumbnail view in the Sidebar. Hover between two thumbnails until you see a line appear either on the right or left of a thumbnail, then drop the page in.
Note: If you drop on the thumbnail's left, the new page will insert before
the page in the thumbnail. If you drop on the thumbnail's right, the new page will insert after
the page in the thumbnail.
Adding Multiple Pages
You can select multiple pages to add:
- Select a range of thumbnails by selecting one thumbnail and then Shift-clicking on the thumbnail at the end of the range of pages you want to add.
- Select multiple thumbnails that are not in a sequential range by Commanding-click on the thumbnails you want to add.
- Select all the thumbnails in a PDF by selecting one thumbnail and choosing Edit > Select All from the menu (Command+A).
Once selected, drag the pages from the Sidebar of one PDF to another, making sure that you drop them between, before, or after the pages where you want them inserted.